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Gotta Capture Them All (on Film)

I remember the original Pokemon Snap coming out for the Nintendo 64. I still have my ice blue N64 hooked up with the Pokemon Snap cartridge in it so I could get warmed up before its sequel came...

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A Battle to Beat Its History

It was 26 years ago when the characters of Mortal Kombat jumped from the video game console to the big screen. We got to see live action version of characters like Johnny Cage, Liu Kang, Sonya Blade, Kano,...

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Getting Schooled in Magic

What happens when you cross Magic the Gathering with Harry Potter? The answer is Wizard of the Coast’s new Magic expansion, Strixhaven: School of Mages. While you’re not going to see any mention of Gryffindor or Slytherin. this...

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Acting on Impulse

The Flash is just getting started with the real part of the new season after finalizing what would have been the end of the last one if not for the pandemic. Given that COVID meant a late start...

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Invincible Jumps from the Page to Prime

I’ll be honest. While I’ve seen the character here and there, I’ve never actually read an issue of Invincible. I mean, it’s kinda hard to miss him with the bright yellow with light blue and black contrast. He...

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Myths of the East Goes South

Back in December 2020, Ubisoft released Immortals: Fenyx Rising, a game that was originally promoted as Gods and Monsters. The game revolves around the character Fenyx who is in the age of Greek Mythology. In my opinion, it...

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Who Is the Heir to the Captain?

With WandaVision‘s first (and hopefully not last) season closed out, Disney+ took no time in bringing us our next Marvel small screen addiction. Friday, the first episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier hit the streaming service’s...

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A Look at What Justice League Could Have Been

In 2017, we finally got a live action version of the Justice League. Instead of introducing most of the characters in their own movies prior to the team production as was done with The Avengers, half the characters...

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The Justice Society’s Finest Hour(man)

The Justice Society has been slowly working it’s way into the media. In 2010, they made an appearance on Smallville. Animated versions appeared on Justice League Unlimited and Batman: The Brave and the Bold. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow...

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DC and Marvel Take Pride in the Gay Community

While COVID-19 may put a kibosh on a lot of Pride events everywhere again this year, we can still look to DC and Marvel to help celebrate Pride. This June, both companies will be publishing anthologies based around...